Рено за Емилия-Романя


Даниел Рикардо:
Imola is another new one for us. I’m excited about going there as we’ve had a great run of racing at new places and I’ve enjoyed them all so far. It’s also back to another Italian race and I’ve had good results in Italy this year so I’m hoping to have another strong one this weekend. I haven’t raced at Imola before and I’m sure there will be a bit of an aura about the place as there is so much history there and that will be nice to experience.
Естебан Окон:
Imola has some interesting combination of corners with awesome character to them, such as Acque Minerale. It’s slightly downhill, quite fast and then climbs up. There are a lot of changes of angle at this track and that’s what makes it so characteristic. It has special kerbs too and types of chicanes that we do not see all year. As a driver, you love these combination of corners as it’s the most rewarding thing. Imola should have more grip [than Portugal] as the track hasn’t been resurfaced for a long time and it’s used regularly by other series.
Ciaron Pilbeam:
Imola is another essentially new circuit for Formula 1 this year, as it is several years since we last raced there. The cars are very different now, the tyres are different, and the circuit has changed a little, with the removal of what was the last chicane effectively extending the Start-Finish straight. It is a medium downforce circuit, with a mixture of slow and medium-speed corners. One of the features of the event is the shorter weekend format, with a single 90-minute practice session on Saturday morning before qualifying in the afternoon and the race on Sunday as usual. This will mean that we go into qualifying with less information that we normally have, so we will have some quick decisions to make in the gap between practice and qualifying.


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